ISOLA 2020

9th International Symposium on Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation
Rhodes, Greece, 26/10/2020–30/10/2020

The ISoLA Symposium is a forum for developers, users, and researchers to discuss issues related to the adoption and use of rigorous tools for the specification, analysis, verification, certification, construction, test, and maintenance of systems from the point of view of their different application domains. To bridge the gap between designers and developers of (formal methods based) rigorous tools, and users in engineering and in other disciplines, it fosters and exploits synergetic relationships among scientists, engineers, software developers, decision makers, and other critical thinkers.
In particular, by providing a venue for the discussion of common problems, requirements, algorithms, methodologies, and practices, ISoLA aims at supporting researchers in their quest to improve the utility, reliability, flexibility and efficiency of tools for building systems and users in their search of adequate solutions to their problems. Applications and case studies with a conceptual message and experience papers with a clear link to tool construction are all encouraged.

topics of interest
  • Use of Techniques
    • Deduction and model-checking
    • System construction and transformation
    • Program analysis and verification
    • Composition and refinement
    • Testing and test-case generation
    • Hybrid and safety-critical systems
    • Model-based testing and automata learning
  • For Application Areas
    • Automotive and mechanical engineering
    • Biomechanics, biocomputing
    • Electrical engineering, embedded systems, and controllers
    • Healthcare and ambient assisted living
    • Telecommunications, Internet applications, mobile computing
    • Transportation and aviation
    • Transformation & processing-oriented industries
    • Machine Automation
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origin event for publication
page_white_acrobatEngineering Semantic Self-composition of Services Through Tuple-Based Coordination (paper in proceedings, 2020) — Ashley Caselli, Giovanni Ciatto, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Andrea Omicini